Distilled water is a pure water, mineral water contain many impurities.
Mineral water is high in mineral content Distilled water is very low in mineral content as a result of being distiled.
mineral is the hardest because hard water equal high mineral contenttherefore distilled water is soft then mineral and more softer in tap
it is lighter than water.
Among distilled, mineral, and top water, it is usually safe to drink them off. Distilled water is the best option as it has had all contaminates removed and is pure water.
Distilled water is recommended for use in laboratories, cars, special industries; mineral water is recommended for drinking (but with moderation).
Oxygen is the heavier part, nitrogen and argon are lighter, even water vapor is lighter.
No, distilled water is the only water that can be used in batteries. Distilled water contains no chemicals or minerals.
nope, the opposite. Distilled water is water with most of the minerals removed (excpet probably a fair degree of Carbonate and sulfide), mineral water is water with extra minerals added.
I think you mean mineral and Distilled water. Mineral water means it might have different sorts of minerals like chemicals and iron in it and Distilled means it has been purified under moderation.
A porous object absorb water and is heavier. In air the water is evaporated and the object become lighter.
no oil is lighter then water (not as dens) fuel is lighter then water so i would say the ingreedience combined wouldn't make it heavier
lighter...that's why oil mixed with water floats on the top
Depends on the solute: alcohol in water is lighter, salt in water is heavier than water.
Add nothing but distilled water to a battery.
Basically, if something is lighter than water, it will float. If the water is somehow made heavier, more things will be lighter than it. If you add a lot of salt to water, the body of water becomes heavier. Something that is heavier than water might be lighter than saltwater and float in saltwater but not normal water.
No, water is lighter than mercury.
No water is heavier then oil.
mineral water contains salts. Distilled water does not contain any salts, it's just water. And bottled water comes in a bottle. As a "food" item I expect it has to pass food safety standards, but otherwise it could be anything. Mineral water is water that has had minerals dissolved into it as a result of being stored underground. Spring water is mineral water for example. Depending on where the mineral water has come from effects the mineral content of the water. Distilled water on the other hand has been distilled. That mean it has been turned into steam, then the steam is allowed to cool turning it back into water in a clean container. What happens as a result is that only the water turns into steam leaving the mineral content behind giving you pure water with no mineral content.
Mineral water is hard because there are minerals inside the water unlike Distilled water which has no minerals which is soft.
You want to use DISTILLED WATER - any of the chain autoparts stores should have it in gallons. Mineral water has, well, minerals. Distilled water has close to all removed. Mineral water will corrode the cooling system and cause scale build-up. 1/8" of scale has the same insulating factor as 4" of iron - you do not want that.